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Audiences of all ages can CATCH THAT KID on June 1, 2004 when the tween heist movie with heart takes its mission to DVD and VHS, priced to own on both formats, from Fox Home Entertainment. “Jam-packed with action, sweaty-palm suspense and adventurous, high-tech fun effects” (Seattle Post-Intelligencer), CATCH THAT KID is the $17 million caper in the vein of Ocean’s 11 and Mission: Impossible with a tween twist. Scoring an A+ Cinemascore with kids, teens and young adults, the action-packed film brings home even more adventure on DVD with commentary by the terrific trio Kristen Stewart (Cold Creek Manor, Panic Room), Corbin Bleu (Galaxy Quest, Mystery Men) and newcomer Max Theiriot. The loaded-for-fun DVD also offers eight deleted scenes, both Widescreen and Pan & Scan presentations, the 2004 Academy“ Award-nominated animated short “Gone Nutty” and more. CATCH THAT KID will be available for the suggested retail price of $27.98 U.S./$37.98 Canada on DVD and $19.98 U.S./$24.98 Canada on VHS.

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DVD Special Features:

The flipper disc DVD offers both Widescreen (aspect ratio: 1.85:1) and Pan & Scan (aspect ratio: 1.33:1) presentations of CATCH THAT KID with English 5.1 Dolby Surround and French Dolby Surround sound. Kristen Stewart, Corbin Bleu and Max Theiriot provide commentary for the film. The DVD also includes eight deleted scenes, “Gone Nutty: Scrat’s Missing Adventure” plus Fox’s Inside Look at Garfield: The Movie, and more.

Synopsis

Get ready for an exciting, high-stakes adventure with Maddy (Kristen Stewart), Gus (Max Theiriot), and Austin (Corbin Bleu): three kids on a top-secret mission! They are close friends, each with special talents: a champion rock climber, a computer genius, and a mechanical whiz specializing in high-speed go-carts. Their challenge: to crack a high-tech bank vault and pull off the biggest heist their homeroom has ever seen – all to save Maddy’s ailing Dad! They may have a plan that’s foolproof, but they’re not even old enough to drive!

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Brian B.